Look and feel your best with healthy, beautiful skin.
Surgical procedures are used
to remove benign or malignant skin lesions and to improve the appearance of the skin.
A skin biopsy is used to remove a small piece of skin for examination
under the microscope for making a histo-pathological diagnosis.
destruction of skin layers by freezing the site using liquid nitrogen which has a temperature of -270C. The treated
site may look like a bad bug bite, get red and swollen, scab over, and fall off leaving a pink smooth surface.
Healing usually takes 2-4 weeks.
Surgical excision involves cutting into the skin to remove the benign or malignant growth, and closing the wound
Curettage and Electrodessication
Curettage and electrodessication invloves scraping away malignant or benign growths with a sharp surgical instrument
called a curette. An electrosurgical unit may be used to cauterize and stop the bleeding.